Hole 3: Par 4
White Tees: 349 yards
Gold Tees: 305 yards
Red Tees: 284 yards
The third hole is a par 4 that is split into two fairways. A cluster of trees 220 yards from the white tees on the right hand side of the fairway collect tee shots that are pushed too far right or impede shorter tee shots in the right hand rough. A lateral hazard runs across the center of the hole 240 yards from the white tees, separating the fairway into two sections. A false front on the left hand side of the green funnels approach shots that are pulled slightly from the putting surface into the rough. Sand traps surround the right hand side and back of the putting surface.
Pro’s Tip: Because it takes nearly a 250 yard carry the hazard crossing the fairway, choose the club that will leave the ball comfortably short of the trouble. Use caution on your approach when the pin is on the left side of the green by aiming for the right center with to ensure that a good shot that lands on the putting surface will stay there.